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Preview | May 22
What twists will the final day bring? Liverpool hope to extend their streak of two straight Premier League victories at home against Wolves. A positive result would help the Reds' efforts to jump Man City and move up into the 1st spot in the table. Liverpool should feel that type of performance is within their grasp, as they defeated Wolves 1-0 in their last league meeting.
Liverpool arrive in the midst of a stellar stretch, unbeaten in the last 18 games. The Reds are unselfish in their attack. They record on average 16.1 passes into the box per game (2nd in the EPL), while sporting the league's highest number of assists. Trent Alexander-Arnold will be looking to keep up the fantastic distributing after recording 16 passes into the box in their last 5.
Wolves come in looking for a boost of confidence after a paltry 2 points over their last 5 matches. A low xG (expected goals) means a lack of quality opportunities to score. And their average xG of 1.0 over the last 5 matches has been 4th lowest in the league. Keeper José Sá has felt the pressure as of late, allowing 11 goals in their last 5. Fans should keep hope, top aggressor Nélson Semedo has played well, recording 1.5 tackles per match in their last 5.
It looks to be a tough task ahead for Wolves here, they'll need to have their shooting boots on if they're to outscore Liverpool's attack.
Liverpool-Wolves Prediction: 3-1
Did you know? The biggest victory for either team in their Premier League history was a 4-0 drubbing Liverpool handed out in 2020.
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Report | May 22
3 - 1
|Sadio Mané 24||Pedro Neto 3|
|Mohamed Salah 84|
|Andrew Robertson 89|
Pedro Neto opened the scoring early for Liverpool in the 3rd minute following some good work by Raúl Jiménez. After going down 1-0, Sadio Mané retaliated in the 24th minute. Mohamed Salah then completed the comeback from the early deficit with a tiebreaking score in the 84th minute. Andrew Robertson netted one more for Liverpool in the 89th which cemented their victory.
Trent Alexander-Arnold posed a threat out wide all game, registering 11 crosses. In support of the win, the Reds moved the ball about nicely, completing 274 more passes than their opponents.
Liverpool came so close to becoming champions, but will have to wait for next year to get their hands on the Premier League trophy. Meanwhile, Wolves finish the season as a top half Premier League team with 10th position confirmed.
|Mohamed Salah||Andrew Robertson|
|Blocked 4 shots (3rd in the Premier League)||1 goal scored|
|Took 8 shots (5th in the Premier League)||7 crosses (2nd on their team)|
What an entertaining Premier League season it has been. Bring on August 6 to do it all again.
Report | May 17
1 - 2
|Nathan Redmond 13||Takumi Minamino 27|
|Joël Matip 67|
Nathan Redmond netted an early goal in the 13th minute for Southampton following some good work by Nathan Tella. After going down 1-0, Takumi Minamino retaliated in the 27th minute. Joël Matip then completed the comeback with a tiebreaking score in the 67th minute as Liverpool took the win.
Kostas Tsimikas posed a threat out wide all game, registering 15 crosses. In a further display of dominance from the Reds, they completed a massive 440 more passes than Saints.
Southampton's woeful losing run continues. Meanwhile, Liverpool make it back-to-back wins and narrow the gap to 1st in the table.
|Takumi Minamino||Nathan Redmond|
|1 goal scored||1 goal scored|
|Drew 1 foul (2nd on their team)||2 crosses (1st on their team)|
Both squads play next on Sunday, May 22nd. Southampton take on Leicester at the King Power Stadium, while Liverpool take on Wolves at Anfield. Can Saints halt their terrible form? Will the Reds make it three wins in a row?
Report | May 10
1 - 2
|Douglas Luiz 3||Joël Matip 6|
|Sadio Mané 65|
Douglas Luiz opened the scoring early for Villa in the 3rd minute. After going down 1-0, Joël Matip retaliated in the 6th minute. Sadio Mané then completed the comeback with a tiebreaking score in the 65th minute, as Liverpool took the win.
Kostas Tsimikas posed a threat out wide all game, registering six crosses, although Sadio Mané was a frequent offender, committing 4 fouls. The Reds won the passing game, clocking up 511 completed passes to the Villans' 337. For Villa, the Reds did a good job of cutting off the supply to Ollie Watkins, limiting him to only 19 touches.
Villa taste defeat for the first time in a while. Meanwhile, Liverpool get back in the win column and move up the table.
|Sadio Mané||Douglas Luiz|
|1 goal scored||1 goal scored|
|Took 4 shots (1st in the game)||Completed 36 passes (1st on their team)|
Next up, Villa take on Palace at Villa Park on Sunday, May 15th. While Liverpool meet a struggling Southampton on Tuesday, May 17th. Can the Villans put this disappointment behind them? Will the Reds win again?
Report | May 7
1 - 1
|Luis Díaz 74||Son Heungmin 56|
After a goalless first half, Son Heungmin scored for Tottenham in the 56th minute. Liverpool's Luis Díaz responded with an equalizer in the 74th minute following an assist by Thiago Alcântara, and nobody could find a late winner.
Trent Alexander-Arnold posed a threat out wide all game, registering twenty-one crosses, although Fabinho was a frequent offender, committing 4 fouls. In spite of the draw, the Reds moved the ball about nicely, completing 285 more passes than their opponents. For Tottenham, Pierre Emile Højbjerg's excellent reading of the game was on show again, he intercepted the ball four times.
Liverpool's win streak snapped as they inch up the table. Meanwhile, Tottenham continue their string of mixed results.
Next up, Liverpool take on Villa at Anfield on Tuesday, May 10th. While Tottenham meet fierce rivals Arsenal on Thursday, May 12th. Can the Reds keep their point streak going? Will the Spurs improve their form?
Report | April 30
0 - 1
|Naby Keïta 19|
Naby Keïta got the opener for Liverpool in the 19th minute after a set up by Diogo Jota. This lone goal proved to be the difference, as Liverpool took all three points from Newcastle.
Joe Gomez continually probed down the flank, getting five crosses into the box. In support of the win, the Reds moved the ball about nicely, completing 243 more passes than their opponents. For Newcastle, the Magpies might have created more chances if Miguel Almirón wasn't caught offside 3 times, while Joe Willock failed to make a big impact on the game, only touching the ball 19 times.
Newcastle taste defeat for the first time in a while. Meanwhile, Liverpool extend their winning streak and rise up the table.
|Diogo Jota||Martin Dúbravka|
|Had 4 shots on target (9th in the Premier League)||Allowed 1 goal|
|Assisted 1 goal||Saved 9 shots|
Next up, Newcastle meet Man City at Etihad Stadium on Sunday, May 8th. While Liverpool have a top of the table clash with Tottenham on Saturday, May 7th. Can the Magpies put this disappointment behind them? Will the Reds keep their great form going?
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